It has been at least 8 years since Jake and I went on a vacation that was just us two. It will be our 16th anniversary this January 7, so our families watched our kiddos during Christmas break while we had an early anniversary celebration.
La Fayette Cemetery, New Orleans Louisiana
Jackson Square in French Quarter, New Orleans
Audubon Park is adjacent to the zoo. It had been raining for 2 days almost non-stop. The walk through the park, the vegetation was lush and green.
A little sandwich café near Audubon Park. This was the best pea soup I’ve ever had. The sandwich had the perfect mixture: soft French bread, condiments and meat. The bean salad to the right was also delicious. Tartine also had reasonable priced menu items.
I love the style of architecture all throughout the city of New Orleans
Loyola University, New Orleans
Broken Yoke. It is hard to find gluten free food in New Orleans, however these GF pancakes were great!
Nola Po Boy Jake had his first Gumbo here and it was delicious. The bake potato was surprisingly spicy and needed plenty of sour cream.
The World War ll Museum is huge and a must see attraction if you are here! There is just too much to post from this place, but here are three quotes engraved onto plaques.
Fun store to go in, but we didn’t buy any of these overly priced items.
On the rainy days, Jake in I spent most of the day in our World Mark condo binge watching Game of Thrones.